Become a Plant Medicine Healer Today

 

sacred-owl-cards-june-2015I have a great love of plants and plant medicines, as you know if you have been reading my blog or know me.  I have been teaching these arts for many years.  I am no longer teaching the three month course from my shop but I am still teaching through my correspondence course.

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I have written the text book so that it is easy to comprehend, retain, and organize the information and use it in your day to day work.  It helps you understand the complete world of herbalism, from wild crafting, to extracting, to compounding, and knowing what to do for any ailment.  It is a life changer, folks, that is all I can say.  When you are empowered with the knowledge of herbs and their healing powers, fear slips away.  A broken bone?  Two weeks healed.  Cancer?  One to six months with plants.  Really?  Yes.  Strep throat?  Twelve hours.

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My book takes you step by step and makes you a Certified Herbalist, ready and armed with knowledge to heal yourself and your community.  Is this the year you take on that gift?  If so, I am running a special on my course.  Only $250 and you will receive the entire Certified Herbalist Correspondence Course, plus two free gifts.  You will receive the starter herbs to make your first assignment and a free Spiritual Plant Medicine class.

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http://whitewolfherbs.com/products/correspondence-course to order.  I would be honored for you to study with me.

Native Cultural Arts and Finding One’s Art

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Over the weekend we were a part of the Native American Art and Culture celebration downtown.  We diligently promoted it but it was a smaller turnout then we’d have all liked.  However, the folks that were there were great, great people and we all had a lot of fun. The art was beautiful and I was proud to have a few pieces alongside nationally known artists.

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The Aztec dancers took my breath away.  Their astounding headdresses and clothing were mesmerizing.  When they blew into sea shells creating a sound that stirred my soul, I moved to the edge of my seat.  The drumming was intense and quick and my heart beat fell in line with these ancient dances.  Danny, one of the dancers, expressed his appreciation for arts.  For arts allow us to keep traditions alive.  I have always been a huge proponent of the arts for they teach, they bring hope, they bring people together, they let us express our innermost knowledge, joys, feelings, angst, and creation.

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The children dancing stole my heart.  Their small feet were like hummingbirds as they skipped and danced the dances their grandparents danced.  The Medicine Heart dancers are a troupe of young dancers.  This non-profit program teaches youth with any indigenous/Native ancestors the dances of their people so that they won’t be lost.  Miss Maryjane Rose will be joining these sweet dancers.

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My friend, Rodney, brought out his karaoke system and it was like no karaoke show we have done before!  Songs, drumming, children singing, poetry, and voices of expression filled the room.  An amazing flute player played his beautiful songs for us.  I am hoping Bear might come play at the shop!

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We had our glowing medicines out to show people what I do.  We connected with people and enjoyed our family and friends there.

I encourage you to paint, draw, write, dance, sing, and support arts by attending festivals, celebrations, and encouraging everyone to find their art, for there they will find their true self.